When you entered Uni did you know there were international programs?

If I knew, however, I didn't imagine I would apply for any of them.

When you entered your career, did you think you would go to live and study abroad?

No, I never thought I would go to live abroad, but it was always an idea that caught my attention.

Have you ever lived or studied outside of Mexico before?

No, I had never had the opportunity.

What prompted or motivated you to study in another country?

Mainly to learn about their study methods and, regarding my career, to learn about other types of processes that are applied in a different country, besides wanting to meet and have an exchange of cultural ideas with the people.

Why did you decide to study in that country?

Colombia always caught my attention, I always heard good things about the country, from its history, its customs, its people, its infrastructure and the truth is that I had always wanted to know Medellin, besides knowing that the university where I would arrive has the best prestige in Colombia and is located among the best in the country.

How did you feel when you arrived in the new country?

It was an incredible feeling, to be completely alone and in a place where I knew nothing, obviously I felt scared, but very excited to start exploring a new country.

How have you been received at the university where you arrived?

Very good, they were always very attentive and kind to me, they always clarified any doubts and were always attentive to me, they even took us to see the city and to tours that I really liked.

What will you miss most about Mexico?

What I missed the most without a doubt was the food and my family.

What about the Uni?

Not that I missed it, but the method in which they grade there was very different from Uni, but other than that I think only my professors and my friends.

What is the most exciting thing you have experienced so far in this experience?

I couldn't say anything exactly since I went through incredible things all semester, but I think the trips with my exchange friends in Colombia were some of the best experiences.

And the hardest part?

Without a doubt, having to say goodbye to the friends I made there is something very difficult, after arriving in a country where you don't know anyone, you get so attached to your friends that they create a family and having to say goodbye to them is very difficult.

What do you expect as a person and as a professional from this program?

The truth is that I grew a lot as a person, it helped me to become a much more independent and responsible person, it left me with many lessons that I believe will be very useful once I start my life as a professional.

Do you recommend these opportunities provided by Uni to your colleagues?

Of course it is! I highly recommend it, you will never regret it, I dare say it is the best experience of my life.